American Old Time Song Lyrics: 23 Oh If I Had Some One Whod Love Me

Theater, Music-Hall, Nostalgic, Irish & Historic Old Songs, Volume 23

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Oh! If I Had Some One Who'd Love Me.

Oh! if I had some one who'd love me,
My troubles, my trials who'd share;
One to love and a little reprove me,
And lessen my heart of its care.
Oh! if I had some one who'd love me,
To cherish and comfort me, too,
The bright shining stars then above me
Would prove a great happiness, too.
For 'tis love that's the bliss of creation
Only love that's in nature sublime;
To the highest of lowly of station,
Love to all is a feeling divine.

Chorus.
Oh! if I had some one who'd love me,
My troubles, my trials who'd share;
One to love and little reprove me,
And lessen my heart of its care.

Oh! if I had some one who'd love me,
Then nature more lovely would beam;
The flowerets' sweet perfume then round me,
Would hail and gladden the scene.
Oh! if I had some one who'd love me,
Whose heart and whose soul could be mine,
Then I'd praise the blest powers above me
For my life thus made truly divine.
For 'tis love that's the bliss of creation,
Only love that's the nature sublime;
To the highest of lowest of station,
To be loved is a feeling divine.-Chorus.
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